Engagement Manager

Are you excited about using science and research to improve organizational behavior?
Have you been thrilled to work on a variety of talent management programs in large organizations? Do you thrive in a fast-paced, high-growth environment?

If yes, please read on!

We’re looking for smart, charismatic people that are client-centric, genuinely curious about company
dynamics, and have experience with implementing learning solutions.

As an Engagement Manager for NLI EMEA, your role will be two fold in managing large scale learning
initiatives and consulting with the client on culture change initiatives.

Here’s a bit about who you are and what you’ll be doing:
 You’ll be responsible for supporting stakeholder management and program implementation.
 You’ll partner with the client to build their training in a way that fits their culture. For example,
you’ll help plan a twelve-week learning program and then you'll set up and host weekly calls
taking care of everything from tech support and dial in through minute taking and follow up on
action items.
 You’ll also partner with our global Consulting team to learn our methodology.
 You’ll be supporting client audience training, conducting client surveys, and preparing materials
to accommodate their specific needs.
 You’ll be leading project teams from plan to execution and supporting the professional
development of your team members.
 You have credible consulting experience, either within an organization as part of a Center of
Expertise (COE) or as part of a consulting firm working across a wide range of industries and
clients.
 You have 8 years of experience in similar roles and prior experience in building relationships
with and communicating to Chief Human Resource Officers, Talent Officers, and other senior HR
officers.
 You’ve worked at- or implemented multi-team programs at- companies with at least 1000
employees.
 You’re strong in your ability to recognize patterns, define problems/gaps, and develop solutions
that align to our client’s business priorities. That means you’re good at capturing discussion
threads from multiple sources and integrating them into a coherent, simple picture for our
clients.
 You’re a strong communicator and presenter, with outstanding attention to detail while working
with the big picture in sight. You’re a strong listener- hearing the unspoken and identifying client
needs.
 You’ve supported proposal/SOW creation, developing strong relationships with clients and your
partners on the Sales team.
 Bachelor’s degree (psychology, neuroscience, human capital, or organizational development)
preferred. Understanding of “manager/leader as coach” mentality, preferred.

If the above describes you and who and where you want to be, we want to hear from you!
Email careers@neuroleadership.com with your resume and cover letter.

PS- To make sure we hire the people best suited to our culture, we’ve designed intensive, task-based
selection process so be prepared to work hard to earn this opportunity!


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